Got deferred Early Action. I'm not really sure where to go from here. Georgetown is the only school I've ever felt any passion about whatsoever. I've also applied to George Washington, but their tuition is outrageous so I won't be attending unless I get something in the vicinity of a full ride. I've been accepted to some "safe" state schools, but they don't really offer any majors I'm looking for and I know I wouldn't be happy there. I was contemplating taking a gap year to go volunteer in the Netherlands, though I'm not sure how much that would help/hurt my chances. Regardless, I'm just not quite ready to give up on admission at Georgetown.
Is there anything I can do to show my continued interest in the university? As an American studying abroad in Spain, I'm at a major disadvantage. My American high school has already come to an agreement about my credit transfers, so my Spanish high school doesn't bother giving me grades. This means I have no senior grades to submit whatsoever. More standardized testing, while not impossible, is very laborious as it would require me to travel quite a bit and get travel approval from my study abroad organization. (I traveled to Madrid for my Georgetown interview which cost me around $300 in total; there's no way I can afford that continuously for SAT/ACT retakes). I did send a thank-you email to my admissions officers from both the U.S. and Spain for coordinating my interview last minute and changing my application between alumni associations. Do I have any options left?
Statistics, extracurriculars, etc. are in the following link.
Thanks in advance for any advice.